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Justice League: Gods and Monsters Another banner week for DVDs with the studios releasing some great films and boxed sets such as: Justice League: Gods and Monsters [review] - Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett are back in the fray and joined by one of DC's most accomplished directors and the end result is remarkable, easily ranking among the line's best; Miracle Mile [review] - this movie about a desperate man trying to make his way through the nocturnal underworld of a city after a date goes awry is a cult film ripe for wider discovery and appreciation; and Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau - ''House of Pain'' Edition [review] - what happened to Stanley and company on the set of The Island of Dr. Moreau is truly terrible, short-circuiting a number of promising careers but this release is a quality package for fans of films gone wrong. Other reviews of note include: Ghost Town [review], Zone Troopers [review], and Prime Cut [review].

X-Men: Days of Future Past -- The Rogue Cut Some great DVD and Blu-ray reviews have been added to the the DVD Talk Review Database recently including: X-Men: Days of Future Past -- The Rogue Cut - this set includes the theatrical release as well as an alternate version of the film with little added extensions throughout the movie and a significant chunk of material that reintegrates one the series' iconic characters, Rogue, back into the narrative; The World of Henry Orient - a tender exploration of the gradual loss of innocence as we get older, while reminding us to hang onto a bit of that child-like whimsy and imagination as we enter into adulthood; and The Longest Ride - a sweetly romantic film which takes a long journey through the romance of its characters. Other recent reviews include: Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving the Police, Contamination, and Hell's Five Hours.  Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Return to NYC! More TV shows have made their way on to DVD, and DVD Talk has got them covered. Check out our reviews of the newest TV releases including: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Return to NYC! - this cartoon continues to impress and a lot of new heroes and villains are introduced or brought back from earlier seasons; A Lull in the Sea: Complete Collection - a unique anime series which combines an intriguing sci-fi premise with a slice-of-life style of storytelling; and Fairy Tail: Collection Four - one of the best long-running anime series of the past several years... a blast to watch with great adventure, action, characters, and animation. Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.

Around the World with Orson Welles This week the DVD Savant has a number of new reviews and articles including: Around the World with Orson Welles - The six completed episodes of this travelogue-interview show present Welles' incomparable skills as an interviewer, raconteur and guerrilla filmmaker; The Monster that Challenged the World -A modest but solid late-'50s monster-on-the-loose picture that takes its story much more seriously than most; and Come and Get It - A bona fide classic that will strike a chord with anybody harboring a romantic regret in their past. Read all this and more in this week's DVD Savant.

What We Do in the Shadows There are some new titles coming out that might make it worth a trip to the video store this week. Check out these recent releases: What We Do in the Shadows [review] - a delightful surprise, an expertly-crafted mockumentary that combines a loving perspective on vampire legends with fun, deadpan comedy; Black Sabbath [review] - Mario Bava's take on the horror anthology film gets a long overdue Blu-ray release... one of Bava's finest moments and definitely worth owning; and Madhouse [review] - there is some effective dark humor here in amongst the more traditional horror elements and the end result is a whole lot of fun. Other reviews of note include: Cemetery Without Crosses [review], I, Madman [review], and House of 1000 Dolls [review]. Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

Ex Machina Check out the latest DVD reviews that have been entered into the DVD Talk Review Database including: Ex Machina - full of interesting ideas that are executed with style and confidence, lead and supporting performances are strong throughout, and the film's excellent atmosphere and terrific soundtrack helps to tie things together nicely; The Onion Field - a very fine drama, and Kino's new Blu-ray looks excellent, sourcing a brand-new HD video master, and includes more than the usual extras; and Timbuktu - gorgeous, haunting, stupefying and moving, this movie a powerful indictment of the direct effects of religious extremism on the human soul. Other recent reviews include: Garfunkel & Oates, Showdown in Little Tokyo, and Jobriath A.D..  Visit the DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.

All Quiet On The Western Front More TV shows have made their way on to DVD, and DVD Talk has got them covered. Check out our reviews of the newest TV releases including: All Quiet On The Western Front - this TV miniseries adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's classic antiwar novel features a fine performance from The Waltons star Richard Thomas as a German youth seduced by the call to defend his country; Welcome to Sweden: Season 1 - a welcome change for a network comedy and a charming effort from Greg Poehler (brother of Parks and Recreation start Amy Poehler); and Solty Rei: The Complete Series - a bit of a mixed bag, though the series does have a good premise and likable characters. Want more?  Check out all of the TV on DVD reviews in the DVD Talk database.


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